Topic: Diplomacy

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Iran Nuclear Deal: World Powers Reach Historic Agreement to Lift Sanctions

Pact needs approval by US Congress and the Iranian parliament before it can be implemented. Iran and six world powers have concluded an agreement that...   [ continue reading...]



With the Nuclear Deal, the US and Iran Start a New Chapter

Ali Gharib Diplomacy prevailed over warmongering. But reactionary forces on all sides are still trying to scuttle the deal.   [ continue reading...]



Tell Congress: Do Not Sabotage Diplomacy with Iran

NationAction Members of Congress are threatening to sabotage the historic deal with Iran—a move that risks bringing us closer to war.   [ continue reading...]



A remarkable achievement

Matters of peace and diplomacy in West Asia have hardly been coming up in news headlines of late. But the   [ continue reading...]



Nuclear Deal Takes U.S.-Iran Ties Out of Deep Freeze

A final deal was reached on Iran’s controversial nuclear program in the early morning hours of July 14 in Vienna, over a decade after talks between Iran and w...   [ continue reading...]



Nuclear Deal Takes U.S.-Iran Ties Out of Deep Freeze – Partly, at Least

A final deal was reached on Iran’s controversial nuclear programme in the early morning hours of July 14 in Vienna, over a decade after talks between Iran and...   [ continue reading...]



‘Victory of diplomacy’– Iran deal now expected Tuesday morning in Vienna

Iran trumpets a new era of "mutual respect" over "exclusion and coercion," and foreign ministers are expected to meet tomorrow morning in Vienna for the last ti...   [ continue reading...]



Kashmir Issue to be Tackled Through Back-Channel Diplomacy: Pak

Islamabad: Pakistan has said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have agreed in their meeting in Russia to address the issues o...   [ continue reading...]



Greece's Syriza: A Government With Tactics but No Strategy

After five months in power, Syriza remains staunchly pro-euro and has refused to deliberate the pros and cons of Greece remaining in the eurozone, which the nat...   [ continue reading...]



¿Cuba Libre?

Alan Gross was a small player in the U.S. policy to overthrow Cuba's leadership. Sometimes prison time actually does rehabilitate. Or perhaps it...   [ continue reading...]



Elevate the law in fight against atrocities

No one would argue the law should be subservient to politics when confronting domestic criminality, so why should this be the case for international crimes? A c...   [ continue reading...]



US Spin On Access to Iranian Sites Has Distorted the Issue

VIENNA – A public diplomacy campaign by the Obama administration to convince world opinion that Iran was reneging on the Lausanne framework agreement in A...   [ continue reading...]



Trade is booming; will diplomacy follow?

India is today the third largest investor in Britain, after the U.S. and France, but successful trade ties must be supplemented quickly by political engagement...   [ continue reading...]



Iran’s nuclear programme and the battle of the oligarchies

A contest of domestic elites with differing interests and strategic visions is a crucial, neglected element pervading Tehran's nuclear diplomacy....   [ continue reading...]



Both Major U.S. Parties are Plagues on Humanity

Imperial war by BAR executive editor Glen Ford The two corporate parties have collaborated in knocking off countries targeted for invasion and regime change....   [ continue reading...]



An Inside Look at How Hillary Clinton Plays the Media

On Tuesday night, the State Department released some 3,000 pages of emails between Hillary Clinton and her aides during her tenure as Secretary of State. The co...   [ continue reading...]



Tunisia's dangerous drift

The massacre of foreign tourists in the coastal resort of Sousse highlights the mismatch between perception and reality in Tunisia. For ma...   [ continue reading...]



The utter failure of the international community to protect civilians in Syria

The Syrian people need an immediate no-fly zone, and for the alternatives to IS/Da'esh and Assad to be taken seriously. A water collectio...   [ continue reading...]



The United Nations and a peace process strategy for Syria

A NOREF policy brief providing a series of recommendations for the development of a peacemkaing strategy for Syria, led by the UN with support from key cou...   [ continue reading...]



The narrowing Persian gulf

Sealing the Iranian nuclear deal will mark the triumph of diplomacy over a military solution, with wider global implications in the form of a more normal relati...   [ continue reading...]

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